Surfing the NASH Tsunami

EASL Digital ILC 2020 Wrap-Up: A Complicated Picture Emerges - Ep 24

September 02, 2020 HEP Dynamics LLC Season 1 Episode 24
Surfing the NASH Tsunami
EASL Digital ILC 2020 Wrap-Up: A Complicated Picture Emerges - Ep 24
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Surfing the NASH Tsunami
EASL Digital ILC 2020 Wrap-Up: A Complicated Picture Emerges - Ep 24
Sep 02, 2020 Season 1 Episode 24
HEP Dynamics LLC

Professors Joern Shcattenberg and Vlad Ratziu join the Surfers to discuss the lessons and findings we can take away from Digital ILC 2020.

What happens when seven people with diverse and divergent perspectives consider the implications of last week's Digital ILC meeting? Professors Vlad Ratziu and Joern Schattenberg join the Surfers to reflect on many insights, some leading to clashing outlooks. From Peter Traber's opening comments about the increasing convergence and energy around NASH to a closing discussion on how a finding on that liver disease is, in fact, the leading cause of mortality in NAFLD patients (a finding that, in the words of one Surfer, "stood things on their head," ) this was a rollicking, passionate conversation with equal parts agreement, challenge, mutual respect and, of course, humor. Listen twice to get all the small points!

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Professors Joern Shcattenberg and Vlad Ratziu join the Surfers to discuss the lessons and findings we can take away from Digital ILC 2020.

What happens when seven people with diverse and divergent perspectives consider the implications of last week's Digital ILC meeting? Professors Vlad Ratziu and Joern Schattenberg join the Surfers to reflect on many insights, some leading to clashing outlooks. From Peter Traber's opening comments about the increasing convergence and energy around NASH to a closing discussion on how a finding on that liver disease is, in fact, the leading cause of mortality in NAFLD patients (a finding that, in the words of one Surfer, "stood things on their head," ) this was a rollicking, passionate conversation with equal parts agreement, challenge, mutual respect and, of course, humor. Listen twice to get all the small points!